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It’s been a year and a half since HP announced Project Moonshot with the goal of bringing low-power, inexpensive servers to the market. As the company struggles to with its failed acquisitions of Palm and Autonomy and declining sales in the PC and printer markets, could its new servers pave the way to the future?

HP Moonshot

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3 replies on “Lilbits (4-08-2013): HP Project Moonshot, 3Doodler handheld 3D printer”

  1. But HP have declared that they shall not industrialize their innovation of the Memristor=Memory resistor as they have developed together with korean nand flash maker Hynix.
    HP Redstone web servers would be much energy sufficient with the memristor as non-volatile memories than HDD and much more reliable as memory devices than Nand Flash memories.

  2. ES File explorer really is an awesome one.
    I purchased Root Explorer and still left it to go back to ES.

    One could argue that the frosting application tools used by chefs and bakers are a form of low-tech handheld 3D printing tool as well. -and you can eat the results!

    1. Food grade 3D printers/estruders would be the next frontier of “printing”.
      Just don’t let Ron Popeil get into this biz with his crap, it would ruin the
      market for everyone.

      Just imagine, you could “print” your own Hostess Twinkies whenever you felt
      like it.

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